What every train driver loves to see when he looks out the window. This and 11 other photos was uploaded to ExpressYourself-09’s flickr.
Valencia is Spain’s third largest city and is a hotbed of vibrant street art. Photographer Luz A. Martín, a native of Valencia, has been wandering the streets of her hometown capturing the artwork that brings the walls, alleyways and buildings to life.
More from the book after the link.
If you do then you might be in luck. Ruffian games is asking you to send them your awesome graffiti and it may be featured in Crackdown 2.
They want the city in their game to look like:
forces of chaos have claimed the streets for their own. […] Deranged freaks roam the landscape, buildings have been wrecked beyond recognition, burnt out husks of cars litter the highways, there’s dog mess and graffiti everywhere.
Check after the link for rules and details.
Here is the list of what Danish media wrote about graffiti and street art in November 2009.
Thelmagazine.com and liqcity.com published a couple of articles detailing how parts of the famous 5Pointz in New York City would be closing. Luckily for NYC writers and visitors the permission wall is not closing.
to the people that put this article out get your facts straight..5 pointz is open and will remain open..its the inside artists that are no longer there.. meres 5 pointz president
To check out pictures and videos from 5Pointz go to their website.
After the link I have included a 6 minute video about 5Pointz.